Between the Acts

No. 1 - Year 7 - 12/2016

Contributors

Joshua Adair, Murray State University, USA

jadair1@murraystate.edu

Joshua Adair is the author of two other pieces about the work of Nichols: “One must be ruthless in the cause of Beauty”: Beverley Nichols’s and John Fowler’s Queer Domesticity in 1950s England. Visual Culture and Gender 5 (2010): 16-27; and "The Art of Shrinking: Minority Stress, Coping, and Camp in Beverley Nichols's Merry Hall Trilogy." Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory (forthcoming, 2016; co-authored with Rebekah Goemaat). He is currently an associate professor of English at Murray State University, where he also serves as Director of the Racer Writing Center and Coordinator of Gender and Diversity Studies.

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